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 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "While taking a surface break from coral reef monitoring, marine biologists from #Hawaii’s Kaloko-Honokōhau National Hist" at Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park Hawaii - 1896106304246827980

While taking a surface break from coral reef monitoring, marine biologists from ’s Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park picked up several items of floating plastic marine debris. This beautiful little octopus 🐙 was found among the debris. Two octopus species here in Hawaii (the "round spot" and "crescent-spot") only grow to the size of a golf ball and weigh a max of 3 ounces, while the octopus ornatus (the most common octopus found in Hawaii) grows to about 2 feet long. On her next dive, Geoscientists in Parks intern Ashley Pugh released the octopus safe and sound in a small protected space. Photo by Service.

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 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Take a look at #CedarBreaks National Monument in Utah. @cedarbreaksnm is best known for its geologic amphitheater -- a b" at Cedar Breaks National Monument - 1895843622990082021

Take a look at National Monument in Utah. @cedarbreaksnm is best known for its geologic amphitheater -- a brilliantly colored limestone coliseum that plunges a half-mile deep. In addition to enjoying incredible views, visitors can wander among timeless bristlecone pines, stand in lush meadows of wildflower, ponder crystal-clear night skies and experience the gorgeous fall colors of the park’s subalpine forest. Photo courtesy of Gary Fua.

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 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Take in the views from #ConwaySummit Area of Critical Environmental Concern, a destination for aspen viewers in the fall" at Conway Summit - 1895115099312685155
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Take in the views from Area of Critical Environmental Concern, a destination for aspen viewers in the fall as the trees turn brilliant shades of yellow and orange against the backdrop of the Sierra. Named after John Andrew Conway (a settler in the area in 1880), Conway Summit is a mountain pass in Mono County, . In addition to offering spectacular views of the Sierra Nevada range, you can also take in vistas of Mono Lake. The summit is traversed by U.S. Highway 395, which connects Bridgeport and the East Walker River on the north side of the pass to Mono Lake and Lee Vining to the south. photo courtesy of Shashank Khanna (@shashankkhanna).

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "🦉 More often heard than seen, owls are amazing birds. The eastern screech #owl has some of the best camouflage -- even t" at Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge Complex - 1894386533834904199

🦉 More often heard than seen, owls are amazing birds. The eastern screech has some of the best camouflage -- even the sharpest eye might not see it in the trees. It tends to roost in a hollow or in dense foliage near the trunk, and its colors range from gray to reddish brown. Its call is a long quivering whistle, so keep your ears open even if you can’t spot this owl. This one was photographed at New York and New Jersey's Wallkill River National , which is home to grassland birds, migrating waterfowl and wintering raptors. Photo courtesy of Herb Houghton.

’s Curecanti National Recreation Area (@curecantinps) is never been more magical than in autumn. On the Neversink trail, cottonwoods, willows and grasses turn shades of gold -- providing a stark contrast between the blue skies and the Gunnison River. No matter the time of year, Neversink is a popular area for fishing, hiking and even picnicking. Photos by L. Stoorza, Service.

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "#PelicanIsland National #WildlifeRefuge in #Florida was established in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt. While it wa" at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge - 1893681325907509556

National in was established in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt. While it was created to protect the habitat of migratory and resident birds, the refuge’s land and waters are also home to other interesting animals, including the North American river otter. Able to live in both fresh and saltwater, the river is a clever, adorable and sometimes dangerous animal. Is this one angling for a belly rub (which you should never do) or thinking about its next meal? Photo by Keenan Adams, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@usfws).

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "We’re continuing our #AlaskaDay celebration with more stunning public lands in #Alaska. When the initial purchase of Ala" at Denali National Park & Preserve - 1893202692050926289

We’re continuing our celebration with more stunning public lands in . When the initial purchase of Alaska was announced in 1867, many Americans ridiculed the sale. However, in the 151 years since, Alaska’s incredible beauty and bountiful resources have proven it to be a valuable addition to our union. Photo of and Preserve ( @DenaliNPS ) by Jerome Ginsberg (www.sharetheexperience.org).

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Happy #AlaskaDay! On this day in 1867, the Territory of Alaska was formally transferred from Russia to the United States" at Beaver Creek (Alaska) - 1892941007394349788
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Happy ! On this day in 1867, the Territory of Alaska was formally transferred from Russia to the United States, and in 1917, Alaska Day was created to celebrate this historic moment. From stunning mountains to winding rivers that snake through valleys, there are over 222 million acres of public lands in and much of it’s managed by the Interior Department. This beauty scene is Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River. The river flows west past the jagged limestone ridges of the White Mountains and is a popular spot for river adventurers. It’s great for a float trip, wildlife viewing and fishing. Photo by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands).

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "There’s no doubt about it: #LakeMcDonald is one of the most beautiful places in Glacier #NationalPark. A hub of activity" at Glacier National Park - 1892474451984013067
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There’s no doubt about it: is one of the most beautiful places in Glacier . A hub of activity on the park’s west side, Lake McDonald is @GlacierNPS’s largest lake at 10 miles long and nearly 500 feet deep. Its crystal-clear waters provide a mesmerizing view of the layers of colorful rocks and pebbles below, but be warned, the water is icy cold -- most lakes never get above 50 degrees Fahrenheit at the surface. This stunning shot of Montana’s Lake McDonald was taken a few days after the Howe Ridge Fire broke out earlier this year at . Photo courtesy of Stephen Shelesky (@StephenShelesky).

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Howard the #badger strode down the path with renewed confidence. With wits as sharp as his claws, he finally realized he" at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge - 1892217240955300652

Howard the strode down the path with renewed confidence. With wits as sharp as his claws, he finally realized he was ready to take on whatever the world threw at him. It was a new day, and his future looked bright. Find your inspiring story at National in . Photo by Tom Koerner, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, @usfws .

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "Nestled near the foot of Mount Adams in #Washington's Cascades Range, Conboy Lake National #WildlifeRefuge is a scenic g" at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge - 1891749052157155966

Nestled near the foot of Mount Adams in 's Cascades Range, Conboy Lake National is a scenic gem. This @usfws refuge is an easy drive from Portland, Oregon, and beckons visitors with its stunning scenery, diverse wildlife and long history. Visit in the autumn for amazing fall colors and wildlife spectacles, such as flocks of migrating birds and rutting elk. Photo courtesy of Darryl Lloyd.

 Instagram Image by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) with caption : "National #WildlifeRefuge Week is a great time to remind everyone that refuges are some of the best places for birdwatchi" at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge - 1891498536185442492

National Week is a great time to remind everyone that refuges are some of the best places for birdwatching. One of the most thrilling birds to spot is the bald . 🦅 A majestic symbol of our nation, bald eagles are found in every state except Hawaii. Males and females work together to build large nests, and you’ll often see them hunting over open fields and water. This one just left its perch at National Wildlife Refuge in . Photo by Curtis Gibbens (www.sharetheexperience.org). @usfws